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was simultaneously drone bombing five countries for yemen, somalia, libya, afghanistan, and pakistan. he succeeded in redefining war. these are historical accomplishments of the worst kind he did this with libya after bombing this country for seven months certainly afflicting tens of thousands of deaths, although the u.s. does not a knowledge how many people were killed. after seven months of bombing libya, president obama tells the u.s. congress that this does not come under the war powers act because it was not a war at all. and it wasn't a war at all because as far as we know, no americans were killed. this is the definition of -- re definition of war. it is not a war as far as obama's doctrine is concerned unless americans are killed. he and slaughter is many people in the world as you want to as long as -- you can slaughter as many people in the world as you want to come as long as americans are not killed. so this is definitely a war president. i do not understand why people who are peace minded like the good doctor are not up in arms, why folks who oppose republican wars cannot seem to brin
to china on behalf of our workers. from berma to libya to south sudan, we have advanced the rights and dignity of all human beings. meand women, christians and muslims and jews. but for all the progress we've made, challenges remain. terrorist plots must be disrupted. europe's crisis must be contained. our commitment to israel's security must not waver, and neither must our pursuit of peace. the historic change sweeping across the arab world must not be defined by the hate of extremists, but ordinary people who are reaching for the same rights that we celebrate here today. so now we have a choice. my opponent and his running mate are new to foreign policy. but from all we've seen and heard, they want to take us back to an era of blustering and blundering that cost america so dearly. you don't call russia our number one enemy, not al qaeda, russia unless you're still stuck in a cold war mind war. you might not be ready for diplomacy with beijing if you can't visit the olympics without insulting our closest ally. my opponent, my opponent said that it was tragic to end the war in iraq
and the people of libya are free, so on one side of this campaign, we have a president who has made american lead like america again, and what is there on the other side? an extreme and expedient candidate who lacks the judgment and vision so vital for the oval office, the most inexperienced foreign policy to run for president and vice president now for decades. it is not fair to say mitt romney does not have a position on afghanistan. he has every position. he was against setting a date for withdrawal. then he said it was right. then he left the impression maybe it was wrong to leave this soon. he said it was tragic to leave iraq. then he said it was fine. he said we should intervene sooner, and then he ran down on hallway to run from reporters asking questions. then he said intervention was too aggressive. then he said the world was a better place because the intervention succeeded. talk about being for it before you were against it. [applause] mr. romney, here is a little advice. before you debates are rocco, -- debate obama on foreign policy, you had better finish the debate with yourselves.
as a missionary in france and mine as a soil scientist in libya and saudi arabia. we talked about family, religion, business, energy, war and peace and the future of america. i'll it will you this: mitt is a good man, a good family man and a local american. [ applause ] but -- [ laughter ] -- and you knew there was a but -- he brought the wrong agenda to massachusetts and he is the wrong guy to be president of united states. [cheers and applause] now governor mitt romney saddled massachusetts taxpayers with an additional $2.6 billion in debt and left them with the most debt per capita of any state in america. in montana, that dog don't hunt. remember those words, i mght ask you to say them. governor mitt romney cut higher education by 14% in his first year which meant that college education sky rocketed for students in massachusetts. now i guess that's okay if you can afford it. but for the rest of us, that dog don't hunt. now governor mitt romney raised taxes and fees by $750 million a year. now i'm going to let you in on a little secret, when a politician doesn't want to be honest about a tax h
thora andand stood up to china on behalf of our workers from burma to libya to south sudan we have advanced the rights and dignity of all human beings, men and women, christians, moslems jews. but for all of our challenges, and europe's crisis must be contained our commitment to israel's security must not waver and neither must our pursuit of peace. the iranian government must face a world that stays united against its nuclear ambitions, the historic change must be defined not by the heat of extremists or bite the hoping aspirations of ordinary people who are reaching for the same rights that we celebrate here today. so now we have a choice. my opponent and his running mate are new to foreign policy. but from all we have seen and heard, they want to take us back to an era of blustering that cost america so dearly, you don't call russia our number one enemy, not al-qaeda, russia unless you or still stuck in a cold war mine war. you may not be ready for diplomacy with beijing if you cannot visit the olympics without insulting our closest ally. my opponent said that it was tragic to e
on behalf of our workers. from burma to libya, we have advanced the rights of all human beings. men and women, christians, muslims and jews. but for all the progress we made, challenges remain. terrorist plots must be disrupted, our commitment to israel's security must not waiver and neither must our pursuit of peace. the historic chain sweeping across the arab world must be not defined by the fist of an iron dictator but by the hopes by people who are reaching for the same rights that we celebrate here today. so now we have a choice. my opponent and his running mate are new to foreign policy. but from all that we've seen and heard, they want to take us back to an era of blustering and blundering that cost america so dearly. after all, you don't call russia our number one enemy, not al qaeda, russia, unless you're still stuck in a cold war mind warp. you might not be ready for diplomacy with beijing if you can't visit the olympics without insulting our closest ally. my opponent, my opponent said that it was tragic to end the war in iraq. and he won't tell us how he'll end the war in
our power across the pacific and stood up to china on behalf of our workers. from burma to libya, to south sudan, we've advanced the rights and dignity of all human beings, men and women, christians and muslims and jews. but for all the progress we've made, challenges remain. testify plots must be disrupted. europe's crisis must be contained. our commitment to israel's security must not waiver and neither must our pursuit of peace. the iranian government must face a world that stays united against his nuclear ambitions. the historic change sweeping the arab world must be defined not by the iron fist of a dictator or the hate of extremist, but the hopes and aspirations of ordinary people who are reaching for the rights that we celebrate here today. so now we have a choice. my opponent and his running mate are new to foreign policy. [ laughter and applause ] but from all that we've seen and heard, they want to take us back to an era of blustering and blundering that cost america so dearly. after all, you don't call russia our number one enemy, not al qaeda -- russia. unless you're
of our workers. from birth to libya -- on burma to libya -- from burma to lib ra, we have advance the rights and dignity of all human beings, men and women, christians and muslims and jews. terrorist plots must be disrupted. you're opposed the crisis must be contained. crisis must be contained. our commitment to israel's security must not waver and neither must our pursuit of peace. the iranian government must face a world united against its nuclear ambitions. the historic change across the arab world must not be defined by the age of extremists but by the hopes and aspirations of ordinary people reaching for the same rights we celebrate here today. now, we have a choice. my opponent and his running mate are new to foreign policy. [cheers] from all that we have seen and heard, they want to take us back to an era of blustering and blundering that cost america so dearly. after all, you do not call russia our number one enemy unless you are still stuck in a cold war mindset. [cheers] you might not be ready for diplomacy with beijing if you cannot visit the olympics without insulting
of nuclear weapons. we have reasserted our powers across the pacific and set up to china from urma, to libya, to south sudan, we have advanced the rights and dignity of all human band -- human beings. for all of the progress we have made, challenges remain. terrorist plots must bb disrupted. year's crisis mmst be contained. -pour commitment to israel's commitment must not waver and neither should our pursuit of peace.+ the iranian government must face a world that states united against its nuclear ambitions. the assault seven across the --ab world should now, we have a choice. my opponent and his running mate are new to foreign policy. but from all that we have seen and heard, they want to take us back to and era of blundering that cost america so dearly. we do not cause pressure on our number oneeenemy. -- you do not call rush-hour number one enemy unless you are still stuck in a cold war minor warp. you may not be ready for diplomacy in beijing if he cannot visit the olympics without insulting our closeet ally. my opponent said that it was tragic to end the war in iraq. he will not tell us
to china on behalf of our workers. from burma to libya to the south sudan we have advanced the rights of all human beings, men, women, christians, muslims and jews, but for all the progress we've made challenges remain. terrorist plots must be disrupted. europe's crisis must be contained. our commitment to israel's security must not waiver and neither must our pursuit of peace. and her shou [ cheering and applause ] >> the iranian government must face a world that stays united against its nuclear ambitions. the historic change sweeping across the arab world must be defined not by the iron fist of a dictator or the hate of extremists but by the hopes and aspirations of ordinary people who are reaching for the same rights that we celebrate here today. [ cheering and applause ] >> so now we have a choice. now, e. my opponent and his running mate are new to foreign policy. are new to foreign policy. [ laughter ] >> but from all that we've seen and heard, they want to take us back to an era of blustering and blundering that cost america so dearly. after
is not any rush. the nuclear program cannot compare to libya's nuclear program in the past. iran is there for 2500 years are more and will be there for 25 hundred or more. -- 2500 or more. so they just take their time. they are not any rush. iran is already being treated as if they have been clear weapons by superpowers. [intelligible] iran is already entertaining the prestige of having the capability. what would they do something that would affect the reaction of the world population? therefore, iran has time. and, we should not forget, has the nuclear capability. [intelligible] if there are any questions, i will be ready to answer. thank you. >> thank you. [applause] thank you very much. we're going to move to the next, which will be monica herz's presentation. we will be on time after her presentation has concluded. we will watch monica herz. >> but like to start by thanking the wilson center for this invitation to take part in this debate. unfortunately, i am not able to be in washington. i would like to start by reminding you we had this conversation at the wilson center aft
casualty, moammar gadhafi is gone and the people of libya are free. [ cheers and applause ] so on one side, so on one side of this campaign, we have a president who has made america lead like america again and what is there on the other side? an extreme and expedient candidate who lacks the judgment and division so vital to the oval office. the most inexperienced foreign policy twosome to run for president and vice president in decades. you know, it isn't fair to say that mitt romney doesn't have a position on afghanistan. he has every position. he was against setting a date for withdrawal. then he said it was right. then he left the impression that maybe it was wrong to leave this soon. he said it was tragic to leave iraq and then he said it was fine. he said we should have he ran down a hallway to run away from the reporters who were asking questions. then he said the intervention was too aggressive. and then he said the world was a better place because the intervention succeeded. talk about being for it before you were against it. [ cheers and applause ] mr. romney, mr. romney, mr. romn
of 2011 toppled dictators in egypt, tunisia and libya and provoked a bloody civil war in syria. throughout the watershed event, many question whether the president was doing enough to support america's allies, oppose the foes and secure freedom. >> gabby opened her eyes for the first time. >> reporter: congresswoman gabrielle giffords and 17 others were shot by a gunman in arizona, some fatally, president obama, gracefully consoled the nation. his would be a contentious term, but he reshaped the roles for wall street, put two women on the supreme court, ended don't ask/don't tell, bailed out the auto industry and launched a take-no-prisoners campaign for re-election. >> we are waiting for vice-president biden's speech. then the main event. president obam amount of after that, analysis from charles krauthammer, joe trippi, jonah goldberg and kirsten powers. also, send us your tweets you and can follow us both at megyn kelley. thanks, mom. >> and at bret baier. give us your thoughts here at the democratic national convention. our coverage from charlotte, north carolina, continues after this
power across the pacific and stood up to china on behalf of our workers. from burma to libya, to south sudan, we have improved the rights and dignity of christians, muslims and jew, meb and women. but for all the progress that we have made, challenges remain. terror plots must be dysdisrupted. europe's crisis must be contained. our commitment to israel's security must not waiver. and neither must our pursuit of peace. [cheers and applause] the iranian government must face a world that stays united against its nuclear ambitions. the middle-east must be defined by the hopes and aspirations of ordinary people reaching for the same rights that we celebrate here today. so now we have a choice. my opponent and his runningmate are -- new to foreign policy. [applause] >> from all we have seen and heard, they want to take us back to an era of blustering and blundering that cost america so dearly. after all, you don't call russia our number-1 enemy -- not al qaeda -- russia, unless you are stuck in a cold war mind warp. you might not be ready for diplomacy with beijing if you can't visit the oly
in libya and get 92 stores in saudi arabia and 24 in each of the. >> people in the middle east law cinnamon and sweets and over the last decade they have come to love western sweet treat chains and we are back. >> compare that with some obesity practice you might have real synergy but you are not in china and diana amazed at that. >> china is one of the last frontiers. we are in the middle east and growing in russia and central and south america big growth markets in the coming 12 to 24 months but china needed decades -- dedicated strategy. they are not as affectionate to sweets as a culture as other cultures are so we want to make sure we get the content right before we really growing china. dennis: you have 20% of u.s. stores in texas. where will your next phase of growth come from any u.s. forces overseas? >> equal amounts internationally and domestically. domestically the mid-atlantic and northeast are huge growth market. new york, new jersey, boston, they love it and there's a high concentration. it is perfect for franchisees'. russia will continue to be a huge growth market as a latin
. also there was talk about his handling of afghanistan, libya, of course killing usama bin laden. be the fact checker for us. did he deserve that praise? >> you know, let's give him some props here. the war ended on his watch, so okay, you know what he can say it ended while i was president. i said i was going to end it and he did. the fact that some of those things were in motion before he came into office, he inherited it. he is always talking about what a mess he inherited. why doesn't he say i inherited good things like the staging of the end of the iraq war? so you have to play it both ways and so republicans do too. we have to be fair and say if you can't blame bush for everything, then you don't credit bush for everything either. it happened on his watch. give him credit for that. heather: finally i want to talk about this. why did governor romney not pay tribute to our troops overseas in his acceptance speech? do you think that was a mistake? >> yeah, in retrospect he should have mentioned the fact that we still have men and women in harm's way, serving to keep us free. i
burma to libya to south sudan, we have advanced the rights and dignity of all human beings. men and women. christians and muslims and jews. for all of the progress that we have made, challenges remain. terrorist plots must be disrupted. europe's crisis must be contained. our commitment to israel's security must not waver. neither must our pursuit of peace. the iranian government must face a world that stays united against its nuclear ambitions. with change sweeping across the world must be defined not by the iron fist of a dictator or hate of extremist, but by the hopes and aspirations of ordinary people that are reaching for the same rights that we celebrate here today. so now we have a choice. [applause] my opponent and his running mate are new to foreign policy. [cheers] [applause] but from all we have seen and heard, they want to take us back to an era of blustering and blundering that cost america so dearly. after all, you don't call rush our number one enemy. unless you are still stuck in a cold war mindset. [cheers] [applause] [cheers] [applause] [cheers] [applause] my op
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